Huntingburg Elementary School
September 21, 2018
Next week we will begin a school wide program that we call Raider PRIDE.
Students will be taught what each letter represents
and how be a Raider PRIDE kid!
P -Persistence Keep working hard…DON’T GIVE UP!
R - Resourceful Handle a new situation or problem well! Make it Work!
I - Integrity Be Honest, have strong morals, and tell the truth.
D - Dependability Be trustworthy and reliable
E - Empathy Understand how someone else is feeling...Be Kind and Caring
Together our school, parents and community will make a better future!
College Go Week -9/24-9/28
Monday (9/24)- Students will receive the LearnMore magazines. Please take time to review this information at home. It is a great way to start thinking about your child's future plans!
Tuesday(9/25)- Dress like your future profession day
Thursday (9/27)- Wear your favorite college apparel
Friday (9/28)- Raider Pride Day!
Calling all Parent Volunteers!!
Thanks in advance for your help!
Please make sure that the classroom teacher's name is written on the baggie or envelope. If you would like to help in the counting process, please check the expiration date and put them in groups of 50. They will not except any expired Box Tops. Box Tops may be dropped off in my classroom, D143. There is a red container in the front of the room.
FREE FOOTBALL TAILGATE: EVERYONE IS INVITED!
Upgrade is an initiative of the Welborn Baptist Foundation that aims to help students win in the classroom through healthy choices and physical activity. In an effort to raise more awareness of our Upgrade program and involve the community, Huntingburg Elementary, Holland Elementary, Southridge Middle School and North Spencer Schools are teaming up to offer a FREE HEALTHY TAILGATE EVENT before the SOUTHRIDGE vs. HERITAGE HILLS varsity football game on Friday, September 28th. The tailgate will be held in the lawn south of the football field and will begin at 6:30 EST (game time is 8:00). Raider and Patriot fans will have the opportunity to sample healthy food options, gather recipes, and learn more about local nonprofits and businesses who also promote healthy lifestyles. For more info, contact Upgrade coordinators Brett Schuler (email@example.com) or Elaine Main (firstname.lastname@example.org)
First Grade Happenings
Below, first grader, Saige Taylor, is excited after just taking her very first AR quiz.
Third Grade News
The third grade classes have been working on multiplication in Math, and the kids are off to a good start. We are learning that multiplication -and division!- can be represented in arrays, equal groups, as equal jumps on a number line, and as repeated addition or subtraction. Soon we will use this knowledge to make fact families. Our main focus in Social Studies has been three main types of communities: urban, suburban, and rural. We've discovered that we live in a rural community! All of our classes have been enjoying lots of great books and working on our reading and language arts skills. Third graders are also working on a variety of important skills in IReady.
Attached are two photos of students working in IReady.
From the nurse's office...
underwear sizes YSmall up to YLarge
Shoes all Youth Sizes- no flip flops please
Winter Coats all Youth Sizes
Short Sleeve Shirts and Shorts Size YSmall
Shoes all Youth Sizes- no flip flops please.
Winter Coats all Youth Sizes
We are also accepting empty plastic grocery sacks.
All donations can be dropped off at the front office. Thanks in advance for your support.
Library Media Center News
Book Fair and Storybook Walk
*New this year, the public library will have a Storybook Walk set up for all the students and families. Basically, you walk along the designated trail reading the story a couple pages at a time, while also completing a short physical activity that goes with each page. Fun!!
International Dot Day
Some library classes celebrated International Dot Day, a global celebration of creativity, courage and collaboration. The Dot, written by Peter H. Reynolds, “is the story of a caring teacher who dares a doubting student to trust in her own abilities by being brave enough to “make her mark”. What begins with a small dot on a piece of paper becomes a breakthrough in confidence and courage, igniting a journey of self-discovery and sharing, which has gone on to inspire countless children and adults around the globe.” Each class read the story and then created their own dot. Some classes made coffee filter dots, some created with one dot, some created a 3D dot using Quiver Vision, and others created a dot using an online painting program.